pgreplay binary package in Ubuntu Bionic s390x

 Reads a PostgreSQL log file (*not* a WAL file), extracts the SQL statements and
 executes them in the same order and with the original timing against a
 PostgreSQL database.
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 If the execution of statements gets behind schedule, warning messages are
 issued that indicate that the server cannot handle the load in a timely
 fashion.
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 A final report gives you a useful statistical analysis of your workload and its
 execution.
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 The idea is to replay a real-world database workload as exactly as possible.
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 This is useful for performance tests, particularly in the following situations:
 - You want to compare the performance of your PostgreSQL application on
   different hardware or different operating systems.
 - You want to upgrade your database and want to make sure that the new database
   version does not suffer from performance regressions that affect you.

Publishing history

Date Status Target Pocket Component Section Priority Phased updates Version
  2018-04-04 12:55:07 UTC Published Ubuntu Bionic s390x release universe admin Optional 1.2.0-2ubuntu2
  • Published on 2018-04-04
  • Copied from ubuntu bionic-proposed s390x in Primary Archive for Ubuntu
  Deleted Ubuntu Bionic s390x proposed universe admin Optional 1.2.0-2ubuntu2
  • Removal requested on 2018-04-04.
  • Deleted on 2018-04-04 by Ubuntu Archive Robot

    moved to release

  • Published on 2018-04-04
  2018-04-04 12:56:49 UTC Superseded Ubuntu Bionic s390x release universe admin Optional 1.2.0-2ubuntu1
  • Removal requested on 2018-04-05.
  • Superseded on 2018-04-04 by s390x build of pgreplay 1.2.0-2ubuntu2 in ubuntu bionic PROPOSED
  • Published on 2017-10-24
  • Copied from ubuntu xenial-release s390x in Primary Archive for Ubuntu